League of Legends has been carrying forward Riot’s legacy for the past decade and although new titles have been added to the game developer’s portfolion, LOL remains the jewel of its crown. The game is played by millions worldwide on several servers spread across continents and even if a single server goes down, it can be an annoyance to tens of thousands of gamers.
If you’re unable to start League of Legends client, play a game, use an in-game feature or access your account using its website, you might want to check your internet connection as well as restart your device; however, if that doesn’t help, there can be an issue with the League of Legends server.
Unsurprisingly, Riot has a League of Legends server status page, which will allow you to confirm whether LOL is down. Here we’ve explained how you can check if League of Legends is down using its server status page and another method at the end of the article, which will allow you to check for any server issues using Twitter.
Also read: How much time have you wasted in LOL?
Is League of Legends down?
Follow the steps mentioned below to check the League of Legends service status.
- Go to status.riotgames.com.
- Select your preferred region (server) and language.
- Then click on the Continue button.
On the next page, you’ll be able to see any current issues that League of Legends is facing, alongwith a message and the platforms that have been affected with the problem.
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How to find if League of Legends is down on Twitter?
While visiting League of Legends server status page is the most straightforward and accurate way to confirm if LOL is down, if for some reason you aren’t able to access the page, you can also check out Riot Support’s Twitter page or League of Legends Twitter page.